Creative Data Analysis
Additional Module: MAXQDA TeamCloud
Codes & Coding
- Overview of Coded Segment: New option to activate all documents containing any of the displayed segments.
- Overview of Coded Segments: While sorting the table by document name the names are sorted alphanumerically so that letters and numbers are taken into account.
- Codes: If you merge codes into another code an audit trail with the merge date and information is added to the code memo.
- Codes:When selecting text or images, the last used codes have been added to the right-click context menu so you can quickly apply them again.
- Smart Coding Tool: New ribbon bar for easy feature access including a new option to display an additional column for each of your “Favorite variables”
- Smart-Coding-Tool:Select multiple coded segments at once and drag them to a code for additional coding or re-coding.
- Document Variables: Automatically created variables for text and PDF documents show the number of pages, paragraphs, sentences, words, and characters in each document.
- Document Browser: Local search now starts directly in the currently visible area of a document.
- Code Matrix Browser and Code Relations Browser: Sort columns by code occurrence to identify similarities and differences.
- Code Matrix Browser: Show an existing Summary as a tooltip while hovering over a node in a visualization.
- Code Relations Browser: Calculate symbol sizes by total or for each row or column.
- Document Comparison Chart:Double-click a cell to select the according range in Document Browser.
- Codeline: Switch from “Minute” view to “Seconds” view for media files that are up to 10 minutes long for more detail in analysis.
- Word Cloud: Automatically code your data with a particular word directly from the context menu of a word in the Word Cloud.
- MAXMaps: More subcode levels and codes available in Single-Case Models (Code Hierarchy). Subcode levels have been increased from 3 to 5, and the number of codes from 10 to 20.
- PDF: Rotate pages of a PDF document within the Document Browser.
- PDF: New option to ignore dashes within words while using a (lexical) search or analyzing word frequencies.
- Memos: Include linked coded segments and code names in memo exports.
- Memos: Include the content of in-document memos as “in-line” text while exporting a document.
- Memos: The title of a memo can be twice as long (127 instead of 63 characters).
- Code Configurations: You can now analyze co-occurrences of codes not just within single documents, but also within document groups or document sets.
- Code Configurations: While analyzing simple or complex co-occurrences of codes you can automatically include the subcodes of the analyzed codes.
- Subcode Statistics: Create diagrams and frequency tables for the first level of subcodes and optionally aggregate their subcodes.
- Overview of Focus Group Speakers: Two new columns display the number of words each speaker contributed to a transcript in total and as a percentage.
Word-based Analysis with MAXDictio
- Word Matrix Browser: Create a visual matrix that displays how often search items, dictionary words, or words from the go list occur in documents, document groups, or document sets.
- Word Frequencies: New options to ignore hyperlinks, e-mail addresses, hashtags, numbers, or text within square or curly brackets.
- Word Frequencies and Word Combinations: New option to limit the results table to words and word combinations that occur at least x times. This option is initially set to 3, but can be set to any number between 1 and 99.
- Open Project: The menu entry to open projects was redesigned. Easily access recently-opened projects, and open example projects or other projects – all from the same dialogue.
- Import from Clipboard: Import images from the clipboard using the new dropdown arrow next to the icon that imports images.
- External Files: While deleting documents that are linked as external files, you can now decide to delete or keep all of the linked external files at once.
- Interface: A fresh new design for both the 4-window-display and the “Analyze Tweets” workspace.